The FBI claims that Pakistan’s spy agency has spent millions of dollars trying to influence U.S. policy (New York Times)
President Obama now backs repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act (L. A. Times)
Cut, Cap, and Balance passed the House Tuesday evening (The Hill)
Gang of Six plan seen as possible starting point for compromise on debt ceiling (ABC The Note)
Yao Ming to announce his retirement from the NBA (USA Today)
Rupert Murdoch attacked with shaving cream pie at hearing, quickly avenged by wife Wendi Deng:
Computers Are Weapons of War by Jed Babbin: Consequently, cyber attacks should be construed as acts of war. Are we prepared to respond accordingly?
The Hostess With The Mostest, by Ben Stein: The catastrophe of losing Barbara Duke.
Cut, Cap, Balance Is a Moral Duty, by Tony Perkins: It is easy to lose sight of the spiritual and moral implications of our current debt crisis.
What David Might Say, by Hal G.P. Colebatch: A response to the Murdoch witch-hunt one would wish the British Prime Minister would deliver.
2012: The End of the World As We Know It, by Peter Ferrara: Next year, Middle America will rise up and end the madness, once and for all.
Among the Pie-Throwers, by Patrick Howley: Rupert Murdoch almost got a face-full yesterday. He’s not the first or the last.
Energy Independence Now, by Travis Korson: The energy deficit needs to be fixed, and it will take some common sense to do it.
Runs, Hits, and Errors, by Lisa Fabrizio: Can’t anyone here field this game?
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